- Hamilton Young. 1858–98, US chemist, who devised the Castner process for extracting sodium from sodium hydroxide
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And all of them, in Castner's telling, are entitled to nominate themselves as protectors of society.
Castner acknowledges that, in the end, he reasoned his way to the right answer: no gun in the minivan.
Castner told Donvan that when he first joined the military he had wanted to work as an astronaut.What It Takes to Defuse a Bomb
November 15, 2012
Castner nodded, and together they put their shoulders to the crowd.
I haven't got beyond seeing and appreciating, Castner; truly I have not.
But although Castner had succeeded in his experiment he was defeated in his object.Creative Chemistry
Edwin E. Slosson
"You are a man, Castner—and that is better than being a priest," he asserted soberly.
Mr. Castner, we are in a hurry, and maybe you can help us a good deal, went on Phil.Dave Porter on Cave Island